35. Profit from Competitive Products A monopolist sells two competitive products, A and B, for which the demand equations are PA = 35 - 29% + 9B
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35. Profit from Competitive Products \ A monopolist sells two competitive products, A and B, for which the demand equations are PA = 35 - 29% + 9B and PB = 20 - 9B + 9A The joint-cost function is C = =8- 29 -+ 39A9B + 30qA + 129B + 79A 2 IN (a) How many units of A and B should be sold to obtain a relative maximum profit for the monopolist? Use the second-derivative test to justify your answer. (b) Determine the selling prices required to realize the relative maximum profit. Also, find this relative maximum profit.

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